100 Examples to Help You With Your Boho Living Room Design
Safer and Softer
Have a soft look in your living room. The green sofa will bring comfort along with plenty of knitted blankets and pillows along with the soft carpet and soft-looking table.
This living room has the furniture in the corner to feel safe and secure while having an open space. So while the corner may feel condensed, it shows off the size and space off the living room
A Vacation Approach
The living room uses tan colors to make it look like a vacation spot. The wooden centerpiece, blinds and rough carpet make you feel like you’re in a beach house.
Secluded, Yet Bright
The living room feels enclosed, like the woods, but it has some bright lights along the walls. There’s also plenty of candles on the table and lamps on the ground for light.
Open and Free
This tall walls invites the outdoors through its potted plants and nature-based paintings. When you put this with the gray couch and colorful pillows, you have a comfortable area.
The office space has plenty of space for the computer and office supplies surrounded by windows. Then, there’s a wonderful green couch and a wooden chair for anyone that wants to relax.
Spread Your Wings
There’s wonderful metal butterflies covering the wall, making the person in the living room feel free. This is brought together through the natural light, silk curtains and the butterfly wall piece.
With the Wild
Though it’s more minimalistic, the tiger drawing and the touches of plants makes it feel like a savannah. There’s space between the wooden table and the soft couch to make it open and inviting.
Among the Trees
The wood brings it all together through the flooring and the furniture. The wall-hanging pots and floor-bound plants make it feel like a forest, along with the ceiling and wall windows that bring light in.
A Calm Gathering
This living room offers a soft sofa and leather piece so people can easily socialize and see each other. The light and dark color contrast makes it feel calm and inviting.